Artsy, quirky, and unique are all adjectives that can be used to describe this historic hub of the Las Vegas Valley. Viewed by locals as the heart of the city, Downtown Las Vegas was once the main gambling district before the Strip. After a complete overhaul in recent decades, the neighborhood has emerged with a new identity and is once again a favorite stop for both locals and visitors. The community here prides itself on eccentricity, open-mindedness, and the unexpected.
An energetic, commuter-friendly neighborhood in the center of iconic Fremont Street.
Urban, Hip, hyperlocal, and Artsy.
You won’t find a lot of single family residences Downtown.
Downtown is adorned with lavish high rises, multi family homes, and historic properties.
The vibrancy and effortlessness of this urban hub. Endless people-watching and entertainment options.
Red Rock Canyon
The Arts District, or 18b, is a vibrant cultural hub packed with indie art galleries and performance spaces in converted warehouses. Major venues include the Arts Factory, with galleries, shops and a bistro, and sprawling Art Square, where the intimate Cockroach Theatre stages new plays and offbeat revivals. Bars with a bohemian vibe serve craft cocktails till late.
Fremont Street Experience is a seven-block entertainment district in historic downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The centerpiece of Fremont Street Experience is Viva Vision, the world’s largest video screen. Fremont Street Experience is an incredible entertainment and gaming destination in the heart of the world's most exciting city, Las Vegas.
Fremont East is a pedestrian friendly community that combines diverse street-life, local businesses, eateries, side-walk cafes, bars and cocktail lounges, lively entertainment, retail, and residential living while preserving a historic gambling house.